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Protests in Cairo turn violent for first time in months - USA TODAY Fri, 12 Oct 2012 20:48:47 GMT

Globe and Mail

Protests in Cairo turn violent for first time in months
USA TODAY
CAIRO (AP) — Thousands of supporters and opponents of Egypt's new Islamist president clashed in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday in the first such violence since Mohammed Morsi took office more than three months ago, as liberal and secular activists ...
David Ignatius: In Egypt, waiting for resultsWashington Post
Egypt's liberals, Islamists clash, 110 reported injuredReuters
Egypt Islamists, Secularists Clash at Tahrir Square ProtestsBusinessweek
Voice of America -Los Angeles Times
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Surprise: Egypt's Draft Constitution 'Not Consistent with International Human ... - National Review Online (blog) Fri, 12 Oct 2012 17:53:00 GMT

ABC News

Surprise: Egypt's Draft Constitution 'Not Consistent with International Human ...
National Review Online (blog)
The proposal has echoes of Egypt's 1971 constitution, but the new document is a testament to a changing political era in which a nation once run by Western-leaning military men is now, after an uprising and months of tumultuous politics, increasingly ...
In Egypt's draft constitution, little sign of revolutionary idealsMinnPost.com
Egypt constitution: The good, the bad and the uglyGlobalPost
Egypt releases partial draft of new constitutionWashington Post
Chicago Tribune -Voice of America (blog) -ABC News
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Egypt Reopens Giza Pyramid And Tombs To Tourists - Huffington Post Fri, 12 Oct 2012 12:50:43 GMT

Daily Mail

Egypt Reopens Giza Pyramid And Tombs To Tourists
Huffington Post
Egypt's new Antiquities Minister has reopened the Pyramid of Chefren and six other ancient tombs on the Giza plateau in a bid to bring tourists back to Cairo. The BBC reports that the tombs had been closed for a restoration project. Egypt has been ...
Egypt reopens pyramid at Giza in a bid to bring tourists back to CairoDaily Mail
Egypt's Pyramid of Kefra re-opens to touristsNBCNews.com
Egypt's Chefren Pyramid and ancient tombs resurrectedAl-Arabiya
BBC News -International Business Times
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No foreign army bases in Egypt: army spokesman - Chicago Tribune Fri, 12 Oct 2012 13:24:19 GMT

Moneycontrol.com

No foreign army bases in Egypt: army spokesman
Chicago Tribune
A general view shows the traffic around Tahrir Square in Cairo on October 2, 2012. President Mohamed Morsi came to power with ambitious plans to solve the country's woes, but his first 100 days have left Egyptians divided over his achievements so far.
Egypt Christians Protest Maspero Coptic MassacreChristian Broadcasting Network
No Foreign Military Bases in Egypt - Military SpokesmanAllAfrica.com

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Backers, critics of Egypt president clash in Cairo - The Associated Press Fri, 12 Oct 2012 20:28:00 GMT

Backers, critics of Egypt president clash in Cairo
The Associated Press
CAIRO (AP) — Thousands of supporters and opponents of Egypt's new Islamist president clashed in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday in the first such violence since Mohammed Morsi took office more than three months ago, as liberal and secular activists ...


'Egypt heading towards Sharia enforcement' - RT Sat, 13 Oct 2012 01:33:32 GMT

RT

'Egypt heading towards Sharia enforcement'
RT
As Egypt's liberal and secular activists erupted with anger accusing the Muslim Brotherhood of trying to take over the country, former US Senate foreign policy analyst James Jatras tells RT that Egypt is on its way to becoming a caliphate. “Morsi and ...
The Christian Exodus From EgyptWall Street Journal
Morsi To Mend Fences with UAE On Planned Visit, Source SaysAl-Monitor
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood chief urges Jihad for JerusalemAl-Arabiya
Jerusalem Post
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Middle East Matters This Week: Egypt Clashes, Turkey-Syria Escalate, Israel ... - Council on Foreign Relations (blog) Fri, 12 Oct 2012 22:41:52 GMT

Council on Foreign Relations (blog)

Middle East Matters This Week: Egypt Clashes, Turkey-Syria Escalate, Israel ...
Council on Foreign Relations (blog)
Egypt. Hundreds of people were injured today when supporters and opponents of Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi clashed violently in Tahrir Square for the first time since the president took office in June. Morsi's critics took to the streets primarily to ...

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Egypt's liberals and Islamists clash in violent protests - NBCNews.com (blog) Fri, 12 Oct 2012 17:35:31 GMT

Egypt's liberals and Islamists clash in violent protests
NBCNews.com (blog)
Protesters chant slogans in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, on Oct. 12. Supporters of Egypt's new Islamist president stormed a stage erected by opposition activists, smashed loudspeakers and tore the structure down during competing protests Friday in Cairo.


Egypt's prosecutor general defies president's orders, refuses to resign - Fox News Thu, 11 Oct 2012 19:44:58 GMT

Egypt's prosecutor general defies president's orders, refuses to resign
Fox News
Abdel-Maguid Mahmoud was quoted by Egypt's official news agency as saying that he will remain in his post. His brief statement came just hours after Morsi ordered him to leave his position as prosecutor general and become the ambassador to the Vatican.


College of DuPage professor experiences Egyptian unrest firsthand - Suburban Life Publications Sat, 13 Oct 2012 00:11:30 GMT

College of DuPage professor experiences Egyptian unrest firsthand
Suburban Life Publications
While those living in the Chicago suburbs are busy reading and hearing news about the Middle East, Carol Riphenburg is in Egypt experiencing those changes for herself as she studies the effects of the Jan. 25 revolution and overthrow of Hosni Mubarak ...